IN a high-scoring match in which a total of fourteen tries were scored, South Sydney defeated Newtown by 45-36 in the VB Premier League fixture played at Aussie Stadium on Saturday.
AUSTRALIA cruised through to the semi-finals of the Student Rugby League World Cup after beating Wales 74-6 on Sunday in Brisbane.
TECHNICALLY it wasn?t all that pretty. But in terms of courage, degree of difficulty and timing there was little choice but to award full points.
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Result: New South Wales 32 d Queensland 10.
OFFICIAL English Super League ROund 20 game report - Sunday 10 July 2005. Full time: Wakefield 44 Bradford 34.
NSW pivot Braith Anasta has today signed a three-year deal with the NRL's Sydney Roosters.
CASEY McGuire has won the contentious spot of replacing injured hooker Barry Berrigan for this Sunday?s clash against the Melbourne Storm at Suncorp Stadium.
MELBOURNE Storm coach Craig Bellamy has named an 18-man squad for this weekend's round 19 NRL Telstra Premiership clash against the Brisbane Broncos. The Storm (10-7) takes on the Broncos (13-3) at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane on Sunday, July 17th at 2:30pm.
PARRAMATTA Eels Coach Brian Smith has named a strong line-up to take on the Raiders in Canberra on Sunday afternoon. Kick off is 3pm.
PENRITH Panthers coach John Lang has named his team to play the Bulldogs at Penrith Stadium on Friday night.
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THE Real Rabbitohs are pleased to announce its team to play the North Queensland Cowboys in Round 19 of the 2005 Telstra Premiership this Saturday, July 16, kicking off at 7:30pm at Dairy Farmers Stadium.
ST George Illawarra skipper Trent Barrett and Parramatta hooker PJ Marsh have decided against contesting charges stemming from the Eels' controversial NRL win over the Dragons on Friday.
NEW South Wales pivot Braith Anasta has agreed to terms with NRL heavyweights the Sydney Roosters.
ROOSTERS coach Ricky Stuart has named a powerful new-look side for Saturday night?s crunch match with New Zealand ? a side intent on continuing the club's rise up the ladder.
MICHAEL Witt,Chad Randall,Terry Hill and Luke Williamson have all been rushed back into the Sea Eagles side to play St.George Illawarra at Brookvale Oval on Sunday.